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    Billie Eilish finds her way with ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’

Billie Eilish finds her way with ‘When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?’

When I first saw the buzz online about Billie Eilish releasing her debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” I found it hard to believe that she was just now putting her first album out. I had been hearing her name since early 2017 when a

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    Taking Back Sunday celebrates 20 years with two nights in Dallas

Taking Back Sunday celebrates 20 years with two nights in Dallas

This past Sunday marked the end of Taking Back Sunday’s consecutive weekend performances at the Dallas House of Blues. The punk rock band is currently celebrating its 20-year anniversary with a world tour and its new album “Twenty,” which archives some of the band’s most formative hits since 1999. Their March

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    New Music Mondays: SOAK

New Music Mondays: SOAK

SXSW ended a little over a week ago but that hasn’t stopped me from wishing I could relive it over again every day since. Austin’s world renowned music/film/interactive festival tips the scale on the discovery of new additions to your playlists more than its contemporaries full of major-label radio mainstays

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    Jordan Peele subverts the sophomore slump with ‘Us’

Jordan Peele subverts the sophomore slump with ‘Us’

“It’s us.” Jordan Peele stormed onto the horror scene in 2017 with the politically charged “Get Out.” It went on to gross $255 million at the worldwide box office and garnered one Oscar win for Best Original Screenplay and three other nominations including the coveted Best Picture nomination. “Get Out”

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    Game Pass Weekly Roundup: ‘Crackdown 3’ is an addicting, neon-soaked experience

Game Pass Weekly Roundup: ‘Crackdown 3’ is an addicting, neon-soaked experience

Game Pass is a monthly/yearly subscription service on the Xbox One. Every month they release titles new and old onto the roster, sometimes adding games from this generation as well as the 360 and the original Xbox library. If you’re a college student/gamer on a budget, there are plenty of

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    Race car documentary ‘Qualified’ goes down the right track

Race car documentary ‘Qualified’ goes down the right track

Janet Guthrie — a name only some have heard of but holds a significant title in the world of race car driving. Director and producer Jenna Ricker’s documentary debut, “Qualified” recounts the events in the historical race car driver’s life that led her to become the influential figure she is today.

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    “My Roommate is a Cat” is the “purr-fect” anime to watch with your pet

“My Roommate is a Cat” is the “purr-fect” anime to watch with your pet

Have you ever wondered what your pet was thinking? Why did your pet knock over a bowl, or why did your pet suddenly run away? If you spend as much time as I do thinking about what your pet might be thinking, then “My Roommate is a Cat” is an

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    Ayurvedic skincare for the acne-prone college student

Ayurvedic skincare for the acne-prone college student

Makeup is cool, but have you ever had clear skin without going broke? Within the last few years, the trend of protecting one’s skin has seen a resurgence in the U.S. with the introduction of Korean skincare brands into our domestic market. While the results can be undeniable, the products

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    ‘Snotgirl’ captivates with its girly aesthetic and mysterious undertones

‘Snotgirl’ captivates with its girly aesthetic and mysterious undertones

Perched perfectly among the cluttered comic book shelves of rebooted, revived and extended adaptions sits “Snotgirl,” a comic with a surprising amount of twists and blood for its cutesy aesthetic. What draws some readers and polarizes others is the comic’s pastel and unapologetically feminine palette contrasts among more muted covers

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    Underrated dishes to try in Denton restaurants

Underrated dishes to try in Denton restaurants

It’s time for lunch. You’re alone and empty. Your stomach growls for attention, begging you for more sustenance than iced coffee. What do you feed her? I’m not here to shame anyone for eating Chipotle multiple times a week. But for those looking for an out, I hear your call

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